Quail Ridge Sporting Club

Skeet: no | Trap: no | 5 Stand: yes | Sporting: yes | FITASC: no | Other: yes | Birds: no
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Route 251 from Lexington for 5 miles. Turn right before bridge onto Murat Road, go about 1/2 mile turn right at black board fence #336 Murat Road.

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Club Type: Public
Contact: Scott Guise
Location: 336 Murat Road  Lexington, VA 24450
Phone: 540.429.4716
Website: https://www.quailridgesportingclub.com/
Club Hours:
By Appointment Only Monday - Saturday - 9am - Sunset Sunday - 12pm - 6pm

Sporting Clays
Super Sporting Clays
5 Stand
5 Stand Flurry Shoots
Virtual Quail Hunt (Quail Walk)


1 Review

  1. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    11/06/20 — This turned out to be a really quiet weekday at Quail Ridge, for my first visit. But Scott, the owner, opened the doors just for one shooter and put on a good time. He turns out to be ex-military and very “directed” in his approach to customers and his management of the range. Very much appreciated.
    My visit started with a safety briefing: very thorough but concise. Since I have not shot since before Covid, it was a brief but practical refresher on simple safety procedures. Some was very basic, some fairly detailed and advanced. All was delivered quickly and to the point: practical with nothing even masters of the sport would resent. Everyone gets the intro speech because that’s the world we live in — just like waivers.
    The Clays Range is not on a manicured lawn, but “off down through” the natural local woods. Shooting in a forest provides special tricks of light and shadow on some targets, adding to the challenge of picking up the break point.
    On the whole, the targets offered a range from straight-forward to fairly long ranges and challenging little twists — never boring — specially when you failed to pay attention to the “easy”rising target screaming away from the tower :-).
    I like visiting ranges wherever I travel as a confirmed retiree. Some are good. Some are not worth a return trip. I’ll be back to this one.
    Thanks and best wishes.

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